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Im Very new to this..
Recently I had my Grandpa pass away..
He passed down a fairly large coin collection..
After watching some YouTube videos, I went threw some of the uncirculated State quarters..
Out of a large pile I notived 2 with the same markings..
Pls advise what that are..
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#2 Unread post by Paul »

The contact mark on the neck is the result of the edge of another reeded coin
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#3 Unread post by Rcarv »

Ok,
Thanks for the reply...
Wasn't sure if it was just damage or some kinda die strike or something..
The coins stay in this thick plastic case, so was unsure what was going on..
Thank you much again!

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#4 Unread post by coins_usa »

Yeah just contact marks

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